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. more bailout money and a new debt reduction plan. all the reaction from athens. >> the remains of yasser arafat are resumed. was he poisoned by his enemies? >> and mozart made over. how a new performance of "the magic flute" is allowing audiences in berlin -- wowing audiences in berlin. >> the greek prime minister has welcomed the european union international monetary fund bailout deal for athens as a new dawn after months of haggling. with the country on the brink of bankruptcy, the agreement will unlock almost 44 billion euros in cash. >> but many in greece are angry that the pact will mean more austerity and job cuts. opponents say it will not solve the country's problems. >> european finance chiefs are all smiles again. a solution for greece appears in sight thanks to a new set of measures meant to plug the country's cash gap and curb debt long-term. >> i am please to announce today we reached a political agreement on the next disbursement to greece. let me first say that this is not just about money. this is the promise of a better future for the greek people and the euro
at night in athens risk getting beat up. a gan of 15 to 20 men dressed in black are patrolling the streets on motorbikes, their faces hidden by their helmets. >> this is where it happened. 10 men approached us and asked me where i come from. i told them i was egyptian. suddenly more men appeared on motorbikes. all i remember is that someone hit me on the neck with a metal bar. i woke up three days later in the hospital. >> the busy square is just 50 meters away. the scene of another violent attack on immigrants. >> we were sitting outside a cafe with a group of 20 or 30 men suddenly appeared. they have hidden their faces behind masks and helmets and started attacking immigrants. the police came fast, but by the time they arrived, the men had already brutally beaten up all the immigrants they could find. >> the greek capital's main shopping drag here this mobile phone footage was shot in 2010 by one of the masked men who hunt down immigrants and attack them. he posted it on youtube. in the last three months, ngo's counted about 500 racially motivated attacks in athens, such as this assault
budget was pinned on whether or not athens was going to get the next chunk of bailout money to the tune of $40 billion. athens is telling us by this friday it runs out of money. the question is -- will it get the money? we know eurozone finance ministers are meeting today but they want to see the report card that was put together by the troika, the international lenders. whether in athens have been doing a good job. athens have said -- we have passed the budget, we have done what you said. we deserve this money. >> i think it is just a matter of time for that to be accepted. there is a slight disagreement within the troika as to the levels of gdp for the 2020 period. just a technicality. and we would expect the measures, those funds to be allocated to greece over the next few weeks. the issue, however, is not a short-term impact but the more medium to long term concerns. will the people in greece be willing to accept the measures in 2013 or is greased built at risk of leaving the eurozone? companies -- about they have come under attack in the u.k. by the way they do or did not pay taxes
high point of any trip to athens -- the acropolis. like other hilltop sites in the ancient greek world, athens' acropolis, or "high city," was both a place of worship and of refuge when under attack. crowned by the mighty parthenon temple, the acropolis rises above modern athens, a lasting testament to greece's glorious golden age in the 5th century b.c. grand processions followed the panathenaic way, which was a ceremonial path connecting the town below and the acropolis. they'd pass through this imposing entryway and up to the religious heart of the city in the parthenon. the parthenon was perhaps the finest temple in the ancient world. valiantly battling the acidic air of our modern world, it still stands, with the help of ongoing restoration work. it was constructed in the 5th century b.c. and dedicated to the virgin goddess athena. seeing it today is awe-inspiring, but imagine how striking it must have looked when it was completed, nearly 2,500 years ago, in all its carved and brilliantly painted splendor. the adjacent erechtheion is famous for its porch of the caryatids -- six be
from our correspondent in athens -- a look at the anti- austerity protests in greece. >> but first, turkey ramping of defense against its neighbor syria. the government says it is discussing with nato the possible deployment of patriot missiles designed to combat both enemy aircraft and missiles, and it would create a kind of no-fly zone here at the turkish border. >> pr has voted in favor of becoming the 51st u.s. state -- puerto rico. a majority of the population on the island approved the referendum. it is currently a self-governing u.s. territory. the move is subject to approval by washington. >> authorities have confirmed that three people died after a shopping center collapsed. emergency workers were able to rescue about 40 people from the rubble from the six-story building. because of the incident is not known. all right, we will be back after a very short break, so do not go away. >> welcome back. the economic outlook for europe remains grim. now the european central bank chief, mario draghi, is warning that germany, which has so far been largely immune to the debt crisis,
their differences the morning after the clash over athens' debts. the imf wants greece to achieve its lower ratio by 2020 while the eu foreign ministers want to allow the country two more years. >> there's no disagreement between the imf and the euro group, but the way forward is difficult. even if we agree on a target date, we have to figure out how to get there. >> the group's help long negotiations of the matter, but the head of the imf remains adamant that greece should stick to the original timetable -- the groups held long negotiations over the matter. >> there is a more or less good probability that we will move the target. i was trying to express myself in such a way that you could not understand what i was saying. >> in our view, the appropriate time table is 120% by 2020. >> the disagreement is not only about giving greece more time to get its house in order but also how the costs of an extension could be paid for. some 33 billion euros extra. >> there is no way the funds for the bailout program can be increased. we must find another way to close the gaps. it is not a trivial matter, bu
. athens needs the money to avoid going bankrupt within days. >> lagarde disagrees about the best way to help greece get their national debt down to a sustainable level. and looks like another top the negotiations in brussels. >> eurozone finance ministers and the chief of the imf did not entirely cia wide. lagarde is opposed to the idea of giving athens two warriors together better control -- to get their debt under control. >> it would be optimistic to expect the next steps to be shrouded in college, but there's no doubt that greece has delivered. we still need to agree on some details, but i think there's a good chance we will reach agreement this evening. of course, it cannot be 100% sure. >> there were also disagreements among all the rows of finance ministers, especially about an extension to greece's budget targets. >> the plan and, as it now stands, includes a funding gap that needs to be plugged. as they did not need to plug the gap, we would not need to have the meeting. i hope we would have a proposal that suits ever won by the end of this evening. then we will presented to
looming, athens has issued treasury bills with shorter maturity as a way of raising cash quickly. the opposition in greece blame the prime minister but added that germany and in particular chancellor merkel were also at fault. >> mr. samaras has become an inseparable part of ms. merkel's election campaign. she cannot admit to the german people in the run-up to elections that she made a mistake, that she is responsible for the coming recession and that the greek debts must be cut. >> the german finance minister continues to reject that option. he says he was confident that an agreement would be reached when eurozone ministers meet next week. >> chancellor angela merkel said there was no easy solution to the problems in athens, but she said she was confident that eurozone finance ministers would release that next round of bailout money next week. >> the leader of the opposition, however, accused merkel of failing to reveal the true cost of the measures to help greece and said this made it impossible to pass germany's own budget. our political correspondent has been following the bu
on this rainy tuesday, but a fella named darius weems. here you are, a kid, from athens, georgia, in a wheelchair, in the middle of maine, right? >> yeah. >> reporter: and they are going out of their minds. >> from time to time, i have to pinch myself, come back to reality. these kids are going, like, mayhem. i thought they were going to pick the van up or something. >> reporter: darius invited us to spend a couple of days on his "believe" tour, where he visits schools around the country, inspiring kids to believe, if he can achieve his dream, so can they. >> darius! darius! >> reporter: darius suffers from a genetic disorder that affects one in 3,500 boys around the world. legs and arms recede and eventually so do the muscles that surround the heart. in the u.s., the average duchenne sufferer dies by 25. >> let's get this party started! >> reporter: the disease killed his older brother at 19. darius is 22 and he is resolved to fight with everything he's got. >> my brother, when his life kind of slowed down and seeing him leave the world, kind of changed my life. >> reporter: for
an extra two years. so athens now has, well, from 2014, it now has a 2016 deadline to reach all those targets to cut their deficit. the bad news, those same finance ministers continue to postpone that extra chunk of bailout monday. >> wasn't it friday? >> well, they wanted it by this $40 billion, they wanted it this friday, because come this friday, athens has to pay out five billion in a loan repayment and it didn't have that money, i should say didn't have it up until a couple of hours ago because of this post point, they had to go back to the international money market. it should very short-term debt, it raised just a pinch over five billion dollars. little bit of breathing space. here's another problem, the eggs extra tension time frame will cost the eurozone a little bit more money. >> from them. >> from them. listen to this. >> the two year extension was widely expected and really good news. it means the pain will be eased over the short term. of course what it does mean is it will take more effort to get to where you are the end of the day because there will be more money neede
is on and the players say that they are ready to take care of business. 7:30 p.m. start time there. and from athens, ohio. count the tacklers. seven guys hit him. how about the fake? he carried tacklers across the goal line. it did fake out the linebacker. here is a 50-year touchdown. they now have six wins in a row. great play action there. the players' union and nhl met again. they made two proposals which the league is considering. i do not know how close their but they're working to get this done and get the players back on the ice so we may have hockey yet. before spring. as optimistic as we can be. >> >> at 11 we go undercover to see one of the most lucrative smuggling rings in the country. it is guns and cigarettes. how this crime has exploded and how agents are fighting back. >> we got a break in the cold weather today. >> it will be very nice. still chilly tonight. clear skies and lighter winds. we will drop to about 34 the average week of temperature. it will continue on the cool side. the average time is 61. lots of sunshine over the weekend. 64 and saturday, 67 on sunday, and monday, ve
. gold and oil also moving lower. this is not helping things either. violence breaking out in athens once again. firebombs being hurled against police. greek parliament voting on new austerity measures. sue is live in the middle of the market mess downtown at the new york stock exchange. sue? >>> indeed i am. it was interesting what you did with gold there, ty. we had a huge gain in the gold market yesterday. lot of people were expecting more of a pullback. we're not getting that. just a little bit. on a day like this we're going to start with bob pisani here on the floor of the new york stock exchange. you know, we have the president re-elected but we still have the impasse in congress that he's going to have to deal with after this election. and that seems to be looming very large over this market. >> let me handicap this for you. 300 points down on the dow. hundred, hundred, hundred. first put up the s&p here in the middle of the day. mario draghi made comments at 7:15. germany weak, we fell apart on that. that close is the european close. there is our bottom for the day. there was hea
use the hash tag, #wvys. let's move on now. in athens, the trial has begun of a greek journalist who published a list of more than 2,000 people said to hold bank accounts in switzerland, some of whom are suspected of tax evasion. costas vaxevanis printed the list, which is given by the former french finance minister, christine lagarde, to her greek counterpart, back in 20, so but it wasn't investigated at the time. it included the names of many businessmen and politicians. mr. vaxevanis told the bbc's mark lowen why he published that list. >> the greek government have lied and made a mockery of this list. they were obliged to pass it to the government or justice system. they didn't do it, and they should be in prison for it. but instead they think i should be the one in prison. i imagine there will be a big reaction, especially from those on the list. even if we didn't say whether it would be anything legal, i didn't expect the government would react so fast and in such a vengeful way by sending 20 special forces towards one journalist to send him to prison. >> well, mark joins us no
're not in greece. greece -- they're angry about the new austerity measures that clashed with riot police in athens. look at the fires there on the streets in athens. this happened outside parliament where lawmakers discussed ways to cut spending in order to receive another eu bailout. the debate inside the building was interrupted when parliament employees went on strike. to protest wage cuts. >>> at&t will pay the government $700,000 because of a computer error that forced some smart phone users to pay for monthly data plans. in 2009 the company made the subscribers move to the plans but it wasn't supposed to charge existing customers with plans. the fcc says if this has happened to you at&t has to restore your old plan and could give you a refind of up to $30 a month. check it out. >> love it. yeah. good. thanks jess. >> we love refunds. >>> researchers in north carolina are using rats to help women who struggle when it comes to getting pregnant. >> we're back in two minutes with more on that story plus your weather first. stay with us, we'll be back. >>> good morning and welcome back to 9news n
that their policymakers consider further monetary easing may be appropriate. still to come, we'll be in athens and brussels. euro group reportedly close to signing off on the next tranche aid. i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time for christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ship fedex express by december 22nd for christmas delivery. get on e-trade. set up a real plan. frank! oh wow, you didn't win? i wanna show you something... it's my shocked face. [ gasps ] [ male announcer ] get a retirement plan that works... at e-trade. >>> some news coming out of israeli. government has fired shots at the u.s. embassy in tel aviv. there's a couple of conflicting reports, but reuters report on this is suggesting that government has been apprehended by police. we'll keep you informed on that. meanwhile spain has two separate debt auctions this week, between 3.5 and 4.5 billion euros up for grabs today. longer term bonds will hit the market on thursday. the focus squarely on greece. officials are ex
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europe as well add much of t scandanavian peninsula. very warm in athens getting up to 27. here is the extended forecast. >>> our top story this hour, finance leaders from around the world have wrapped up another meeting with yet another pledge about the economy. representatives from the group of 20 industrial merging nations say they will do everything necessary to achieve global growth. the finance ministers put out a joint statement following two days of meetings in mexico city. they say growth is modest and downside risks are necessary. they are flagging the approaching fiscal cliff many the u.s. deep spending cuts in t new year will kick in at the same time as the end of some tax breaks. the finance chief caution extreme belt tightening could trigger a slowdown. they mention the japanese government's failure to pass legislation for debt covering bonds. the statement says g 20 developed nations have agreed to present liable reconstruction plans for 2016 and beyond. they called for growth strategies with fiscal reform. they wanto step u public spending to stimulate growth. th
are deep in the recession and society.troy the in athens, commuters have faced travel chaos. >> it was just a taste of what residents can't expect this week. taxi drivers joined the protest. on tuesday, agreed unions have called for a general strike. businesses, doctors' offices, banks, are due to remain closed. ships are wrong -- are expected to remain tied up. it is all in response to the government's austerity plans. spending cuts and tax hikes which parliament is expected to improve -- to approve on thursday aimed to save euros. changing the retirement age from 65 to 67. further wage cuts to public sector workers. a relaxation of job protection laws making it easier to hire and a fire workers. the new austerity measures are creating cracks in the coalition. some have announced that they plan to vote no on the package on wednesday. >> on to the markets and renewed worries about the eurozone combined with some disappointing earnings to sell off shares at the beginning of the week. we were sent this summary of the trading session in frankfurt. >> the most important topics of discussion on
for the next two days in the streets of athens, and it will probably make markets a little bit jumpy for sure. > > and over in commodity world, have we seen some tops here in gold and oil, perhaps? > > i think that these moves have come in sync with a global slowing economy. if you look at monday's non-manufacturing ism survey for the month of october, some of the weakness, specifically generated in the export sector of that important number, suggests the global economy is slowing. so gold has moved in sync with crude-oil. i think part of the gold trade, too, is perhaps on a stronger u.s. dollar, and that of course could be a vote on perhaps a romney victory later on tonight. > > good to have you on the show today. that's john brady of rj o'brien. in battleground states such as ohio, hundreds of lawyers have shown up to monitor polls on election day. in our cover story, it's one of many pre- emptive steps being taken to avert a recount that, in ohio's case, could take weeks and delay the election's outcome. while former governor romney and president obama criss- crossed the country in last- m
traffic controllers at athens airport have stopped work, and ferries are going nowhere. public transport has ground to a halt as well. protesters are hoping the strike will stop lawmakers from approving a further 13.5 billion euros in cuts. >> let's check in on tuesday's market action. the outcome of the u.s. presidential election is being closely watched by the financial markets. our correspondence sent us this summary from the frankfurt stock exchange. >> everybody waiting for the outcome in united states, the election that is so important, so much is hinging on that, not just on the presidential election -- mainly that, of course, but also the congressional vote important in terms of what can develop financially in terms of budget, in terms of the high debt the united states has at the momente market headed upward and was not at all hesitant. usually when things are as uncertain as they are in the united states, it goes down or people tread water here, but it was not that way. it was all the more surprising because it was bad news from the industrial sector in germany. incoming orders
and back to 10 degrees in london and warmer than average in athens, 24 degrees. here is the extended forecast. >>> before we go we want to check what's happening in the u.s. presidential election. we should caution that it is still early going. we're filling in some of the pieces of the puzzle. our partners at abc news project barack obama will capture 57 electoral votes. they project mitt romney will capture 40. let's go to our state by state map. the areas in blue represent support for obama. the ones in red for romney. obama's projected to win in illinois, massachusetts, maryland, among other places. romney in oklahoma, south carolina, and west virginia and elsewhere. the projections again give barack obama 57 electoral votes, mitt romney 40. the magic number is 270. election officials across the u.s. are sending in their results, so we'll have a lot more as the numbers add up. we'll be back with the latest news and analysis at the top of the hour. i amckobachi in tokyo. thank you for joining us.
the north in stockholm at 7 degrees, and even getting up to 20 and 21 in athens. a little treat for the weekend before we go. beautiful images out of japan. this time of year we get to see all too briefly the autumn colors coming out, and i'm sure a lot of people will be going out this weekend to try and catch a glimpse. here now is your extended forecast. ♪ >>> finally, a story about an unlikely relationship between a monkey and a cat. a female baboon at a zoo in israel recently became the adoptive mother of a stray kitten. kitten somehow wandered into the baboon's cage, and the animals have been living together ever since. they seem to get on well. video footage shows the baboon embracing and grooming the kitten and pulling it back when it tries to leave. in fact, she rarely lets it out of her sight. but the relationship comes at a cost. the baboon often steals the kitten's food. zoo officials say if she continues to do so, they will have no choice but to separate the two friends. >>> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes. i'm gene otani in tokyo. from all of us here
up to 21 and 20 in athens. a little treat for the wee beree go. beautiful images out of japan. this is lakeamakthis time of ye all o briefly the autumn colors coming out, and i'm sure a lot of people will be going out this weekend to try and catch a glimpse. here now is your extended forecast. ♪ >>> finally, a story about an unlikely relationship between a monkey and a cat. a female baboon at a zoo in israel recently became the adoptive mother of a stray kitten. the kitten somehow wandered into the baboon's cage, and the animals have been living together ever since. they seem to get on well. video footage shows the baboon embracing and grooming the kitten and pulling it back when it tries to leave. in fact, she rarely lets it out of her sight. but the relationship comes at a cost. the baboon often steals the kitten's food. zoo officials say if she continues to do so, they will have no choice but to separate the two friends. >>> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes. i'm gene otani in tokyo. from all of us here at nhk world, thanks very much for joining us. have a gre
as well as athens. i'll leave you now to your extended forecast. ♪ >>> oyster growers in mia ga prefecture, northeastern japan, are back in business. they've made their first regular shipment since last year's tsunami devastated their industry. the region is famous for its abundant seafood. the district in higashi is known for its large oysters. about 30 workers were busy shucking oysters at a facility on monday. last year's tsunami swept away most of the local farmers' rafts, seriously depleting the supply. growers were able to resume regular farming this season, but their output is about 40% of predisaster levels. >> reporter: we are proud of the oysters. i promise we'll be able to ship full-grown ones next year. >> the farmers say their oysters grew slower than usual due to the hot, dry summer. >>> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes. i'm gene otani in tokyo.
themselves trapped. these priests of the orthodox church in athens are now trying to help christian refugees who found little welcome here. >> thrown in jail for having the wrong papers, this man who asked not to be identified now faces foretakes. >> i am afraid. i escaped from fear only to come here and find more fare. they know of the dangers ahead, but they would rather make the journey with all its risks than stay stranded on the edge of europe. "bbc news," turkey. >> the refugees flying syria and still not finding safety in turkey. you are watching "bbc world news america." still to come on tonight's program, once all but forget, a series of islands is now the center of a dangerous feud between china and japan. we travel to investigate the stand-off. >> at least three people have died in central italy during heavy rainfall and widespread flooding. two men and one woman died when their car fell off a collapsed bridge in tuscany. the region has been hard hit with 800 people evacuated. thousands have been left without electricity and several towns are isolated because the roads are swamped
degrees on thursday. and then down across the south, of course, a little bit warmer 18 in athens as well as madrid. up to 20 in rome. and in lisbon. here now is your extended forecast. >>> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes. i'm gene otani in tokyo.
this in athens to an extent, but this kind of concerted union action could turn very nasty indeed. having said that, the message is -- what are we to do? if we do not impose austerity on those we are helping to bail out, how do we guarantee that we can finance greece, may be spain, may be portugal again, may be italy -- maybe greece, maybe spain, maybe portugal again, maybe italy? both firms saying there is no alternative, and they must impose restrictions and cutbacks if they are expected to provide billions in bailouts to countries such as greece. >> where is the debate then on member states? angela merkel is the leader who is most associated with austerity as a policy. francoise hollande in france came to power on a wave of anti- austerity. where is the debate? >> francois hollande gave a long interview to a newspaper only last month, saying that the traditional franco-german motor driving the european union is set to stall because of these deep divisions over what to do, but even he -- even francoise hollande, if you look at him, he is imposing austerity measures in france as well. christi
athens and brussels as the eurozone ministers fail to ruse a deal for greece. air strikes and rocket fire continue in the gaza strip in tel aviv, as hillary clinton urges both sides to diffuse violence. we'll have the latest live from zree israeli. we'll also take the pulse of the polish country. analysts from warsaw 40 minutes from now. >>> we'll be in providence, rhode island, to preview travel ahead of the thanksgiving holiday with the head of operations at peter pan bus lines. >>> but first, after nearly 12 hours of talks, eurozone finance ministers have failed in their quest to agree conditions that would have allowed the next chance of bailout cash going to greece. what's next? what's gone wrong? we'll be joined by jules in athens in a few minutes. but let's start off with silvia in brussels. they've said greece has done everything they need to do. what's the problem now? >> yes, that is the big question. they say greece has done everything they need to do. greece will get the money. oops, not just yet, because we haven't quite worked out the sustainability road, as it were. there w
about the outcome. athens will indeed get the money it needs, particularly now that germany's opposition social democrats say they plan to back the deal, though not without some reservations. >> this is the package is necessary to keep grease afloat but it is not a long-term solution. >> despite the eurozone debt crisis and weakening growth in europe, the job market in germany still looks good. figures released today show the number of jobless in november was slightly lower than the previous month at just under 3 million people. the unemployment rate remains unchanged at 6.5%. economists had expected the number of unemployed to increase. let's get a check now on how the markets reacted to all of that news. our correspondent sent us this report from frankfurt. >> for economists, unemployment data is always something like looking into the past, but nevertheless, investors appreciated these numbers, which went down pretty well here on the frankfurt floor because the unemployment rate showed that the german economy is still in very good shape. although economists are saying that the german e
own and that the markets accept greece as a creditor. >> athens still has a long way to go before that happens. german lawmakers acknowledge the sacrifices greeks have already made and understand the ongoing protests. the necessary measures are hitting a lot of people hard. the new bailout package is worth 44 billion euros. germany will bear 730 million of that in the coming year. the opposition accuses the government of misleading the public about the true cost of helping greece. they say it will be necessary to restructure the debt. >> everyone knows that greece is bankrupt and that it cannot service such huge debt, and everyone knows that nothing will change in the long term and that the situation will only get worse with every year and every austerity package, and that is why the debt will have to be written off eventually, and that is going to be very expensive for germany. >> the opposition says a debt write off will have to happen, and say the finance minister is not coming clean about the cost to taxpayers. >> in washington, budgets have stalled again just months before wh
. here are your temperatures across europe. even getting up to 20 degrees in athens. i'll leave you now with your extended forecast. >>> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes. i'm gene otani in tokyo. from all of us here at nhk world, thanks for joining us. tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, what we can expect with a second term from obama in
in athens. texas a&m's johnny manziel maybe now the heisman front runner and collin klein and kansas state goes down. manziel and aggies shut out fcs member sam hewitten member. fourth game this season for manziel with at least e touchdown passes and at least two rushing touchdowns. aggies roll. ucla snapping a five-game losing streak to usc dpa in l.a. jonathan franklin, 29-yard touchdown. bruins go on to win 38-28. afterwards trojan a.d. pat hayden saying lane kiffin will definitely be back as head coach. we'll be back next week. see you then. alright, if you're thinkin about gettin' a new truck, you're probably thinkin' torque to go with it... wele 'cuz unless you'r usin' your truck to deliver pizza's ... you ain't gettin' anything done without it. torque is power. it pulls trailers. hauls dirt. drags boulders. torque is what gets the cap off your beer. and only the ford f-150 with ecoboost has the best combination of torque and fuel economy. think about that. introducing the new 2013 f-150. makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going an
in athens a little warmer, 27 for your high on your tuesday. here is a look at your extended forecast. >>> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes. tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. a conversation with oliver
their second loss of the year. and going against a georgia tech team that got throttled in athens today. manuel takes another hit from antonio morns. morrisson. we are trying to unpile the quarterback and the guy that was helping on the stop.morrisson. we are trying to unpile the quarterback and the guy that was helping on the stop.we are tryi quarterback and the guy that was helping on the stop. florida state can only stop it one more time. they line up and try to get their offense something going here, down by 17. pass to dent and he had a dent put in him by matt elam. on monday, two night dancing final event begins. the best of the best will be performing but only one can win. find out on monday at 8:00, 7:00 central on abc. not a lot of dancing in this game. more like colliding. manuel, deep ball on the sideline. intended for rashad greene. down to one minute. >> todd: we knew coming in to today, it was a big opportunity for the acc going head-to-head with the s.e.c. and three matchups. rivalry games. we already mentioned georgia tech got thumped in athens by georgia. here is florida state
protesting an upcoming vote in the parliament. we have video just in from athens. transportation is especially affected in athens. huge city where the subway and taxi drivers are not at work today. some places only a few buses are in service so there are a lot of crowds and waiting people trying to get to work. the government there is facing two crucial votes to secure some bailout money so they can avoid bankruptcy but the transportation unions have called for even more strikes on tuesday and wednesday you see the images there of people not being able to get to work. a lot of folks saying they are frustrated with the strikes and what is going on. hopefully we will have any updates for you later on. back to you. >> around the nation, authorities investigating the death of a 2-year-old boy at the pittsburgh zoo. his mother apparently put him on top of a railing to get a better look at a pack of african dogs and he fell in and was mauled. police did shoot and kill one dog but it was too late. investigators say they don't know if the boy died from the fall or bei
ameritrade. >>> this is probably the last thing that the market needed. this is a live shot from athens where we are on day two of a strike and the parliament will vote on 13, 14 billion euros of austerity. if the bill does not go through this afternoon, they will not get their money from the european union. we will keep an eye on what is happening in athens. a very tense day potentially for the european crisis. >> meantime, stocks falling today. we have someone seeing his fair share of post-election selloffs and rallies. art cashin is here. good morning. good to have you. >> good morning. >> we were just talking off camera, there are some oddities going on among the indices. what is going on? >> we closed at 1428 last night. back in 2008, it closed at 1431. so in 12 years we haven't gone far for election day. the other thing is, for the inside baseball stuff for the viewers if you look at the three key indices, the dow, nasdaq, and s&p, they are all off percentagewise, 1.8%. they are constructed differently, weighted differently. that hints to me that a good deal of the selling may be comput
. and we'll be live in athens to find out if we can finally expect resolution on the country's next tranche of aid this week. and we track a bond making an aggressive bet on recovery. that happens at 11:20 cet. president obama made a his tore rig stop in myanmar. the six hour visit marks the first for a serving u.s. commander in chief. obama met with their president and opposition leader now lawmaker. obama made it clear his visit was not an endorsement of the dictatorship but an acknowledgement of the progress made. >> i shared our belief that the process of reform that he has approached is one that will move this country forward, the steps that he's already taken for democratization, elections, release of prisoner of conscious, a commitment to work with us on on human rights, all can unleash a potential of a beautiful thing. and i shared with him the fact that i recognized that this is just the first steps on what will be a long journey. >> and we'll have more analysis on obama's three day southeast asia trip with ambassador to singapore in about 30 minutes time or so. so stay tuned for t
. >>> protesters and police clashed in athens, greece. that came just before voters voted on new measures. protesters are angry about cuts. some threw explosives at police. leaders demanded the measures in exchange for a bail out. without the bail out money they could default on their debt. coming up, we talked to the young gun who unseeded one of california's longest running congressman. >> it hasn't happened in 79 years, democrats clinch a super majority in sacramento. the agenda today after gaining control of the state capital. driver in america. ne that guy, put him in it. what's this? [ male announcer ] tell him he's about to find out. you're about to find out. [ male announcer ] test it. highlight the european chassis, 6 speed manual, dual exhaust, wide stance, clean lines, have him floor it, spin it, punch it, drift it, put it through its paces, is he happy? oh ya, he's happy! [ male announcer ] and that's how you test your car for fun. easy. >>> complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >>> i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somer
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